So, those of use who live in and around College Station may have noticed a restaurant building boom. And now that the end of the semester approaches and the exodus of the students means we might actually have an opportunity to eat at the local restaurants I thought it might be time to have a fresh look at the chowing choices in the greater Brazos Valley metropolitan area ;)
I've checked out Maggie's Taqueria on Texas Ave again recently, the new Indian place Taz, and the new Italian place Tutta Pasta, all of which have good points. Also, I've eaten at the newish food truck, Chef Tai's mobile gourmet.
We still can't manage to check out Chuy's (yes a chain I know) but with wait times of 2-1 hours on each attempt, I gotta wonder if it might not be worthwhile to try it out anyway.
Tony Roma's looks to be opening soon and there will be a new brew-pub next to Chuy's
If I get any takers, I'll be happy to post specific reviews and would love to hear from you. Also, the City of Bryan is talking about changing their food truck 21 days restrictions, what are everyone's thoughts on this?
And I'd love to know, if you drive anywhere for good chow, where? And why? What's worth it at $3.50 per gallon these days?
1311 S Texas Ave, Bryan, TX 77803